Sedona visit today: visual poem “sleeping on other’s dreams”

I was in Sedona, Arizona today and will let the image and words tell the story. I may change this as it is somewhat “deep thoughts” or inspirational calendar in appearance (Haha.) Both the image and words are from today, no claims on being a great photographer, shot on an old iPhone, just love the creek. The words reprinted below if they’re too hard to read. May re-visit soon, both the location and the resultant creative byproduct.

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Sleeping beside the creek
I slept on the current
filled with fish dreams and dreams of fishes

Sleeping beside the creek
I slept on mountain’s tears
slept on the tears of mountains

slept on currents of mountains crying
at shedding their white winter coat

the next morning on the trail
I wished to see no one
but wanted the assurance
provided by footprints

that night I slept on the dreams of others
slept on other’s dreams.

~ by 15wattLasVegas on February 16, 2014.

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